Medicaid Managed Care and Disability

Completed Projects

NHP/Brightwood Program Evaluation, an evaluation of a managed care pilot program at a Community Health Center in Springfield, MA, Center for Health Care Strategies, 2001-2004. Read more . . .

A Readiness Review Tool and Readiness Assessment for a Medicaid Managed Care Demonstration Program for Adults with Disabilities in Minnesota, 2000-2002. Read more. . .

Innovations in the Delivery of Substance Abuse Treatment Services to People with Disabilities Under Medicaid Managed Care, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Program Office on Substance Abuse Policy and Research, 1999 – 2001. Read more . . .

A Study of Innovative Clinical Programs Among Health Plans Enrolling the Medicaid SSI Population, Center for Health Care Strategies, 1999 – 2000. Read more . . .

Subcontract with the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) to help facilitate a workgroup of 12 Medicaid managed care organizations to improve the delivery of care to children with special health care needs under the Center’s Best Clinical and Administrative Practices program. See the CHCS’s Toolkit on Improving Managed Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs, 2001-2003.

Subcontract with the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) to help facilitate a workgroup of 10 Medicaid managed care organizations to improve the delivery of care to adults with disabilities and chronic illnesses under the Center’s Best Clinical and Administrative Practices program, 2002-2004.

Harvard School of Public Health: several studies of baseline and follow-up quality-monitoring activities among Medicaid managed care programs and identify major technical assistance needs, 2002 – 2004.

An Evaluation of the Feasibility of Capitation for HIV/AIDS Services at a Community Health Center With a Comprehensive Program for HIV Care, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center and the Health Resources and Services Administration, 1996 – 1999. Read the report . . .

The Massachusetts Department of Social Services: a study of the health care needs of children in foster and the role of nurses within the Department in the context of changes anticipated as a result of managed care, 1997.